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  • Sanitation and Summer Pest Control

    Pests are common vectors of foodborne illness, carrying pathogens ranging from E. coli to Salmonella. Excellent sanitation is the first line of defense against pests because it removes many of the food and water sources essential to their survival. Food safety professionals should review their sanitation programs and incorporate these basic steps to help keep facilities clean and pest-free.

    Orkin Commercial Services
  • Sara Lee’s New Kitchen

    Sara Lee Corp., for years based in Chicago, still is getting situated in suburban Downers Grove, Ill.

    Dave Fusaro, Editor in Chief
  • Saturated Fats Are Better Than Trans Fats: Panel

    A panel of experts concluded that, while polyunsaturated or monounsaturated fats are the best replacements, a saturated fat is preferable to a trans fat in terms of cardiovascular disease risk.

  • Sauce Formulations Aim for Freshness

    Whether taking out salt or sugar or mixing in bold flavors, a fresh, robust taste is key to any processed sauce.

    David Phillips, Technical Editor
  • Sauces and Dressings Retooled for Cleaner Labels

    Innovative flavors drive category growth for condiments, pasta sauce and cooking sauces, but reformulating for a cleaner ingredient deck is also the order of the day.

    David Phillips, Technical Editor
  • Savory Savior

    Savory flavors, exotic salts can add the variety lacking in foods for dieters

  • Saw Palmetto

    As a supplement, extract from the saw palmetto plant (Serenoa repens) has been promoted as a powerful prostate cancer preventative. Research has shown it also may help in the treatment of urinary tract infections. The question is, is it ready to make the jump to foods and beverage applications.

    Mark Anthony, Ph.D.
  • Say cheese

    It turns pizza into pizzazz, chili into cha-ching and desserts into delights

  • Say nuts to illness, excess carbs

    With their year-old health claim, tree nuts are helping to take carbohydrates out of foods and performing other key roles in formulating

  • Science Degrees Can Be Used to Mislead

    "Vitamin E is harmful", "salt is poison", "organic cookies decimate the endangered orangutan habitat" and "the childhood obesity crisis is a red herring made up by the liberal media." These assertions are just a sampling of the flagrant misuses of science degrees by people who should know better. When it’s expert versus expert, everyone gets short-changed.

    David Feder, R.D., Editor
  • Science Isn't Black and White

    Science isn't salt and pepper- it's not black and white, says Editor David Feder, in questioning the "science" behind the Center for Science in the Public Interest's recent attack on salt in processed foods.

    David Feder, RD, Editor
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